Jaylen Waddle And Dolphins Agreed To A Three-Year Deal

According to reports, Jaylen Waddle and the Dolphins have agreed to a three-year, $84.75 million agreement, with a $76 million guarantee.

Jaylen Waddle And Dolphins Agreed To A Three-Year Deal

To this day, Waddle is among the highest-paid wide receivers in the NFL.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Miami Dolphins and wide receiver Jaylen Waddle have reached a deal for a three-year, $84.75 million contract extension.

Waddle will receive a $76 million guarantee as part of the agreement, which is good through the 2028 NFL season.

Together with Tyreek Hill, Waddle, 25, has been a key component of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa‘s offensive weaponry for the Dolphins.

Jaylen Waddle has only played in three seasons in Miami, but already he’s set two franchise records:

  • The most receiving yards in his first three years of career (3,385)
  • Three consecutive seasons with 1,000 yards or more.

With 251 receptions and 18 receiving touchdowns since joining the NFL in 2021, Waddle is quite the player. He’s also ended with at least 100 receiving yards in 10 of the 47 games he’s participated.

Waddle, an Alabama native who was selected sixth overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, currently is among the top five highest-paid wide receivers in the league.

If he plays out and receives the full $84.75 million, his average yearly salary of $28.25 million puts him above of Las Vegas Raiders player Davante Adams ($28 million) and just behind Hill ($30 million).

Third-highest in wide receiver history, the guaranteed salary of $76 million. Waddle is behind only two players:

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